New Blackmer House owners, Clyde have requests for Historic Preservation Commission

Published 12:00 am Saturday, February 15, 2014

SALISBURY — The new owners of the 1820 Fulton-Mock-Blackmer House will go before the city’s Historic Preservation Commission on Monday to request removal of a tree.
Beth and Glenn Dixon and the Historic Salisbury Foundation will ask for permission to remove a tree at the front left corner of the house at 112 S. Fulton St., which the Dixons recently purchased from the foundation.
The preservation commission will meet at 5:15 p.m. Monday in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 217 S. Main St.
The agenda also includes:
• Wallace Properties and Jason Wallace will request the removal at 204 S. Main St. of metal framed windows, construction of new wood windows, installation of new awning and pressure cleaning and painting entire brick façade in Rustic Earth or Filoli Majestic Oak.
• Clyde, who only uses one name, will request at 220 E. Bank St. construction of a 20-foot tall wooden fence at rear property line to screen the future city parking lot located at rear of 213 S. Lee Street.